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Michael Crawforth07/03/2008 14:38:00
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Hello all, i have been looking round the net to buy a set of Brian Taylor Spitfire plans as i remember seeing an advery years ago in RCM&E and was blown away by it. I then grew up and am now wanting to find somewhere to buy a set again. If i remember the wing span was about 83/84 inches. Any help would be appreciated

the unmagnificent man09/03/2008 16:19:00
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Hi Michael, welcome to the forum. Have a look at http://www.belairkits.com/Productdetail.asp?Id=455 

I recently bought a partial kit from belair and have to say that Leon who runs the shop is extremely helpful. Unfortunately I expected to receive slightly more for the money I paid, That said though the quality is fantastic.

Does it have to be a Brian Taylor? Tony Nijhuis has just done one for RCM&E and I believe you can buy a plan, plan and wood pack, plan wood pack and cowl/canopy or even a plan wood pack cowl/canopy and extra wood pack to complete the model.

Everything you could need really. Its up to you though. Good luck.       Al

Eric Bray09/03/2008 21:17:00
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Isn't the Brian Taylor plan still available?

Or is there a Mick Reeves plan?

Mick Reeves Models

http://www.mickreevesmodels.co.uk/
David Ashby - RCME10/03/2008 06:12:00
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Have you had a look at our plans website Michael? There are some of Brian's plans there including a Spit.

Click on the box to the right or go to www.myhobbystore.com

the unmagnificent man10/03/2008 18:30:00
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Hi michael I just found this on eBay

Al

Alan Hilton24/03/2008 18:58:00
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Hi Michael

I have the 69 inch mk 1a plan, laser cut parts, cowl, canopy, spinner,  radiator  (all new and untouched) plus a set of  Mick Reeves  retracts ,  olios ,wheels and servo  (second hand)  which I proberbly won't get round to building

yours for £150 ONO  +postage at cost

I am a Hastings club member not a scammer  

Tom Darville24/03/2008 20:01:00
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As far as I know Brian Taylor is now retiered but reporduction plans and kits are still available,

Although Alan's price for his kit seems very good.....

Tom

Tom Darville27/03/2008 10:42:00
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Brian Taylor Repro plans and parts available from Unitracts

Tom

Andy Green27/03/2008 12:57:00
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I have the plans somewhere, bought them ages ago, but I'm building the DB sport and scale one now, pm me if you are interested. David - I see the add hyper link is missing as are all the formatting options, guess thats why Unmagnificent man copied in that massive URL and pushed the page over. Andy
David Ashby - RCME27/03/2008 13:06:00
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Ah yes, sorry hadn't noticed that one. All ok now.
Tom Darville29/03/2008 20:12:00
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There is a set of plans for a 4 chan 64" Brian Taylor Spit on Ebay  >>HERE<<complete with Brian Taylor plans for flaps to make it a 6 chan currently £8 no bids.

Tom

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